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EFFORTS TO SAVE WETLANDS
 

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Spoil deposit from Corps of Engineer dredge in the Mississippi River Ship Channel, deposited into Vermilion Bay to
help build new marsh
 

 


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Planting marsh grass to save fragile
 shoreline Note: Jetties in background
Chenier Au Tigre, Louisiana


 

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Growing terrace plots in marsh
 

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Christmas trees stacked to slow erosion


 

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Planting marsh grass to save fragile
 shoreline Note: Jetties in background
Chenier Au Tigre, Louisiana

 

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Dredging to build up banks
 

 


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Loading marsh grass for planting
along eroding shoreline
Chenier Au Tigre, Louisiana

 

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LA Hwy. 82 has been rebuilt on landward
side due to coastal erosion
Johnson's Bayou, Louisiana
 

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Rock jetties built to protect priceless
marsh from further erosion
 

 


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Rock jetties built to protect Grand Isle
from coastal erosion
Grand Isle, Louisiana
 

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Newly accreted land in the Atchafalaya Bay
Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana


 

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Concrete protection levee on
barrier island beach
Fourchon, Louisiana


 

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Rocks lining GIWW to stop
boat wake erosion
Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana
 

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Terracing project to promote marsh grass growth in eroding marsh
Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana

 

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Waves breaking over rock jetties built to protect shore from erosion
Grand Isle, Louisiana
 

 


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The Gulf Intracoastal Waterway's unprotected left bank is eroding,
rocks protect the right side of the canal
Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana
 

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Tires put out to control erosion where
two oil field canals meet.
Leeville, Louisiana

 

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Rock jetties built to help slow coastal erosion
Grand Isle, Louisiana
 

 


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Wetlands restored from soybean field at North Farm of Sherburne Refuge
Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana
 

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Terracing efforts to promote growth
and slow currents to save eroding marsh


 

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Terracing efforts to save eroding marsh

 

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Terracing efforts to promote growth
and slow currents to save eroding marsh

 

Image#20677
Break in rock dyke along lower MS River to let freshwater and sediment into the eroding and subsiding marsh
Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana


 


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Terracing project near Intracoastal City to repair marsh
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
 

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See Also:
Coastal Erosion

Wetlands
Aerials of Wetlands
Saltwater Intrusion

Salt Marsh
Brackish Marsh
Freshwater Marsh
Various Marshes


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